Tuesday , 16 January 2018
WordPress Theme Menu Support

WordPress Theme Menu Support

Having a dynamic theme is important. It allows the user to customize  your theme to their liking. In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to add WordPress theme menu support. This will allow our users to change the items in the menu with their own titles and links. Adding WordPress Theme Menu Support Before we start displaying the menus, …

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How to add JavaScript in your WordPress Themes

How to add JavaScript in your WordPress Themes

We have some javascript in our theme. So, let’s learn how to add JavaScript in your WordPress themes. It’s very similar to adding style sheets to your theme. Adding JavaScript Open up your footer.php file and add this line of code right before the closing </body> tag. [crayon-5a5ddd9ac06d4471780734/] Just like our wp_head() function, this gives developers access to add their …

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How to add CSS in your WordPress Themes

How to add CSS in your WordPress Themes

While the content is displaying, it isn’t stylized. So, let’s fix this with some simple functions. First off, we’ll need to create a new file called functions.php. Functions.php WordPress allows you to modify the way it runs by using the functions.php file. If this file exists in your theme and your theme is currently activated, then WordPress will load this …

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WordPress Template Footer

WordPress Template Footer – WordPress Theme Tutorial

We’re now going to discuss how to create a WordPress template footer. The process is very similar to headers. Creating The WordPress Template Footer Create a new file called footer.php. Cut and paste the following code from the index.php file to the footer.php file. [crayon-5a5ddd9ac14a1295065029/]   Just like the header file, we want to use only the part of the page …

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WordPress Template Header

WordPress Template Header – WordPress Theme Tutorial

Right now, we’ve got a blank template.  Let’s copy our code from the index.html file and paste it all into the index.php file. If you refresh your site, then you should see the site. You’ll notice that it’s broken and that’s OK. We’ll fix it in a bit. If you’ve ever created a website before, then you know it’s more efficient to separate …

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WordPress Theme Header

WordPress Theme Header – WordPress Theme Tutorial

Today, we’ll be discussing how to create the WordPress theme header for your theme and why it’s important to have this file. As I stated earlier, we’ll be using a HTML template called Cool Blue. This template was created by StyleShout. I have modified the template a bit to better suit this tutorial. You can download the modified version here. …

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Design and Functionality

Design and Functionality – WordPress Theme Tutorial

There’s one thing I would like to discuss before we start creating our themes. I would like to discuss the balance between design and functionality. I’m starting to see a lot of theme developers add certain functionality to their themes where it almost becomes a plugin itself. A WordPress theme is meant to be a presentation of the content and …

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How to Create a WordPress Theme

How to Create A WordPress Theme

If you’ve ever been interested in creating your own WordPress themes, but didn’t know where to start, then you’ve come to the right place. Content allows you to communicate with your audience and plugins allow you to extend WordPress’s functionality, but there’s 1 extra item to throw into this recipe. Themes. This tutorial series is for anyone who wants to …

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Conclusion – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

Congratulations! You finally finished this series. You now have a grasp on the fundamentals of creating WordPress plugins. So, where do you go from here? You can now start creating your own WordPress plugins. Of course, there are a couple of extra things you could learn. You can find all the information you’l need from the WordPress Codex. http://codex.wordpress.org/ If …

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WordPress Metadata

WordPress Metadata – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

Let’s finish up our plugin by extending it with metadata. So far, we’re able specify a post type and add taxonomy to it, but what about adding some custom fields? This can easily be accomplished with metadata. It’s very simple to work with WordPress metadata. We’ll be creating meta boxes again, so if you forgot how to create meta boxes, …

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WordPress Taxonomies

WordPress Taxonomies – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

Organization is important in WordPress. WordPress taxonomies allow us to organize our content. For example, our recipe plugin allows us to create recipes, but no way to search for certain recipes by origin. With WordPress taxonomies, we can easily do this.  The process is very similar to creating WordPress custom post types. If you would like more information about WordPress …

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WordPress Custom Post Types

WordPress Custom Post Types – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

One of the amazing features that comes with WordPress is the ability to create WordPress custom post types. What are  WordPress custom post types? A post type is a type of content. For example, a post is a post type. More information about post types can be found here. There will be times where you may want a custom post …

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WordPress Cron Jobs

WordPress Cron Jobs – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

There will be times where you’ll want to continually perform certain tasks automatically. This can be anything from checking up on the server or sending out e-mails. Having these tasks run behind the scenes without anyone doing anything is known as cron jobs. Usually cron jobs are set up by the user on their web server, but now WordPress actually …

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WordPress Transients API

WordPress Transients API – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

Today, we’ll be discussing how to use the WordPress transients API. Most bloggers don’t use WordPress out of the box. They’re usually using plugins ranging from completely custom to ones they found in the WordPress plugin directory. If you’re a blogger, you’re usually adding fresh new content daily. With that being said, you as the developer, must find a way to …

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WordPress Meta Boxes

WordPress Meta Boxes – WordPress Plugin Tutorial

WordPress meta boxes are used to display certain information or options in a page. It’s when you have something to display and  don’t want it to  have a page of its own, but would like it to be a part of a page. An example of a  meta boxes is  the ones you see on the WordPress admin dashboard. Let’s …

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